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Melanie Griffith Steps Out With Strange Scab On Her Nose

Melanie Griffith Steps Out With Scab On Her Nose
Source: BACKGRID

Sep. 9 2017, Published 7:25 p.m. ET

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Onlookers buzzed about what is wrong with Melanie Griffith after she went shopping for groceries with a scab on her nose.

As Radar's photos show, Griffith, 60, was at Bristol Farms in West Hollywood with her messy hair worn up. There appeared to be no make-up on her face--and a scary looking scabby spot was noticeable on her noggin!

Photographers caught the former Working Girl star with her mouth open in one picture; was she in pain?

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Griffith, known for her former marriages to Don Johnson and Antonio Banderas as well as her movie career, has admitted to past plastic surgery.

She told Net-a-Porter, "I didn't realize until people started saying, 'Oh my god, what has she done?!' I was so hurt. I went to a different doctor, and he started dissolving all of this s–t that this other woman doctor had put in. Hopefully, I look more normal now."

In the 2017 interview, Griffith said the cosmetic surgeries took place more than 20 years ago.

The down-to-earth Body Double star isn't afraid to let her imperfections show. Griffith has been pictured in a bikini with butt cellulite  in recent years.

Sources said she and ex-husband, former Miami Vice hunk Johnson, at one point were seeking the fountain of youth, as Radar reported.

Griffith, living single since 2015, has three children--Alexander Bauer, 31, Dakota Johnson, 27, and Stella Banderas, 20.

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